New York, E. P. Dutton & Co. Inc.: 1937
Seller ID: 2626
First Edition, with original price on dust jacket. Foxing to spine and brown discoloration to edges of pages 9-12. Rubbing to boards. Dust jacket has a few minor chips and tears. "An old Southern mammy, very much like the one in 'Gone With The Wind' tells her story. ...We see her captured, shipped to America, and sold. ...Close to earth and realities of life she lived, for ninety years." View More...
New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company: 1974
Seller ID: 004544
Deluxe Limited Edition # 310 of a 1000 (985 numbered) edition. With certification volume by Don Guillermo Guastavino, Director of the Natonal Library of Madrid and custom clear case. The two notebooks entitled "Tratado de Estarica Y Mechanica" and Tratados Varios de Fortificacion, Estatica Y Geometria" were discovered in the mid 1960's in the National Library of Madrid. The two volumes are reproduced here for the first time in two facsimile volumes, together with two additional volumes of Italian transcription and English translation and one additional volume of commentary by Profe... View More...
Pietermaritzburg, Shuter and Shooter: 1936
Seller ID: 4446
First Edition, in dustjacket. First printing of 1,000 copies. Border life in Old Transvaal. Dedicated to those who fought and - LOST! Book has a few stains and wear to the spine ends. Dustjacket is chipped and taped, with water stains to spine. View More...
Boston, Little, Brown and Company: 1949
Seller ID: 4448
First Edition, in $4.95 priced dustjacket. Signed by the Author. Thirty years in the making, J. Frank Dobie "has written of the coyote both as he is biologically and as he exists in human imagination." Dustjacket has chips and wear to the spine ends and corner folds. View More...
Stoughton, MA, Western Hemisphere Inc.: 1970
Seller ID: 004555
Condition: Very Good
First Edition. Number 25 of a limited edition of100 copie, signed by the editor Dale L. Morgan. Deluxe edition. First publication of Gardiner's story of a "Forty Niner", how and why he went to California, how long it took him to get there and what he did during the nine years he was there. Originally written in 1896.. With an extensive 57 page bibliographical introduction by Dale Morgan. Includes 8 full-page illustratons and two maps, one folding. Right top cornerr bumped. Wear to leather top. View More...
First Edition, $3.95 priced dustjacket. One of the ten author's copies. Inscribed to author Kathryn Winslow. "For Kathryn and Bill, Ever, Stewart, Portland, Oregon Aug. 19, 1959." With a pencilled annotation above the title, "This book was originally titled - by me - The Man with the Black Valise The publisher changed it to: " Story of Harry Orchard's life as the hired assassin of the Western Federation of Miners and William "Big Bill" Haywood and his organization of the Industrial Workers of the World. Edges of book are slightly sunned, bottom of spine bumped. Dus... View More...
Boston, Little, Brown and Company: 1938
Seller ID: 2752
First Edition. Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. Arundel Edition, # 227 of 1075 signed and numbered copies. Signed by both the author and the illustrator. With slipcase and original plain parchment dust jacket. Included are the additional suite of 14 plates. Slipcase is browned with a few small chips and tears. Parchment dust jacket has some age darkening with one small chip and one 1/2" tear. View More...
Deluxe Limited-Edition (#41 of 1000) Box Set. Handcrafted box of Japanese blue silk rayon and leather with a suite of 12 limited-edition fine art prints originally created by Szyk in watercolor and gouache in the 1930's depicting four Kings, four Queens, and four Jacks, portraying 12 great leaders in Jewish history. Also included is an unopened collector's deck, an unopened player's deck and the limited edition companion volume "Heroes of Ancient Israel: The Playing Card Art of Arthur Szyk" by Allison Clair Chang. View More...